Canada’s Bell has released the Samsung Galaxy S II on July 21 and, even though the phone was only available in its black flavor, it was reportedly selling great. How great? Enough for the carrier to consider another variant, this time in a pale shade.

According to recent reports, the carrier is planning on adding the white version of the Samsung Galaxy S II to its line-up. There are no details of exact availability, except for “way before the holiday rush”. Given the black variant goes for $149.99 on a three-year contract, we expect the white one to cost the same amount of cash.

Source: MobileSyrup

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